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Questions to Ask When Interviewing a Midwife

27th January 2012
Your midwife will be an integral part of your birth experience. You should not only feel confident in your midwife's experience and qualifications; you should also feel comfortable with her interpersonal style, bedside manner, and general personality. So... Read >
Author: Emily Phillips

How to Deal with Difficult Situations during Pregnancy

05th January 2012
Pregnancy can be a particularly difficult time for some women. You may, for example, be worried about being alone with your new baby, perhaps because you do not have a partner, you have unwillingly become pregnant or have chosen to have a baby by yourself... Read >
Author: Ty Speth

Pregnancy at Week 6 and 7

21st April 2011
6 Weeks Pregnant By the start of 6th week, you may be facing some terrible morning sickness. At this stage, almost one third of the pregnant women face nausea. This all happens because of the rapid hormonal changes that are occurring in your body and y... Read >
Author: Tauqeer Ul Hassan

Perineal Trauma During Childbirth

26th February 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Julie GlynnPerineal trauma is a common occurrence in childbirth, with up to 50-60% of women needing stitches after a vaginal delivery. This article looks at the varying degrees of perineal trauma, how it should be treated, and what to d... Read >
Author: Julie Glynn

Reasons Your Period is Late

28th April 2010
One of the most frustrating things a woman can experience is having a late period and a negative pregnancy test! It does not matter if you are trying-to-conceive or if you're trying-not-to-conceive, a late period and recurring negative pregnancy test resu... Read >
Author: Deccan

10 Steps to a Successful Pregnancy

30th March 2010
From pregnancy to breastfeeding, this will prove to be one of the most exciting experiences of your life. However, it can also be challenging and even a bit scary. So, here is a list of some of the top things to make you and baby more comfortable and stre... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

Understanding and Avoiding Preeclampsia and Toxemia

20th January 2010
PREECLAMPSIA: If you're pregnant, you've probably heard the term "preeclampsia" more than once during your pregnancy. What that really means is hypertension (high blood pressure in pregnancy). Blood pressure rises, putting yourself and your baby at risk f... Read >
Author: Mariana

Water Breaking During Pregnancy - How You Know and What Should You Do in Such Cases

15th January 2010
Water breaking during pregnancy is on of the most common things for all pregnant women. Breaking of the water membranes is a sign of labour. Pretty often this is a bit traumatic, but not always and it definitely not happen always before labour starts. ... Read >
Author: Shirley M. Duran

Your Time is Almost Up When Youre 37 Weeks Pregnant

08th September 2008
Your doctor has probably informed you that you can go into labour at any time once you are 37 weeks pregnant. A baby born at this stage of the pregnancy is considered to be full term. The baby is fully developed and is positioned in the birth canal. You m... Read >
Author: Ling Tong

What You Need To Know About Early Pregnancy Stages

02nd September 2008
Pregnancy, no matter if it was planned or not, is important for any woman. Also, it is important to take good care of your body while it is forming another life inside. If you suspect that you might be pregnant, there are things you should do as soon as p... Read >
Author: Franklin Simanjuntak

Natural Remedies for Inducing Labor Naturally

29th August 2007
Congratulations! You're going to have a baby! If you are reading this, you are probably reached the advance stages of your pregnancy. By now you might be tired to wait your baby to arrive ' especially if your baby has reached - and passed ' his estimated ... Read >
Author: Lena Leino

Knowing More About Discharge, Early Pregnancy Symptom

19th April 2007
If you are in the early stages of your pregnancy and you are experiencing a sudden increase in vaginal discharge, there is no reason to be worried or alarmed. In the initial stages of pregnancy, vaginal discharge or an increase in vaginal discharge is com... Read >
Author: Alien

When you think you may be pregnant

01st September 2006
Copyright 2006 WomanCentric Inc.If you've had unprotected sex, there's a possibility that you may be pregnant. But once you start having the early signs of pregnancy – absence of menstruation, morning sickness, bloating and swelling of the breasts &... Read >
Author: Jacqueline Flynn

Shih Tzu - Birth Process/The Placenta and The Cord

29th October 2005
If you need to help remove the afterbirth: First be sure your newborn puppy is breathing well on its own, the sac has been removed from the face, eyes, nose, head and the puppy has either been stimulated by mother or you, the doggie midwife, to breathe we... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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